Big Sean has officially made history. The 26-year-old can now say that he is the first rapper to perform at the White House.
On Monday, the Detroit rapper performed at the White House’s 136th annual Easter Egg Roll and he is proud to say that he was the first rapper to ever perform at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Sean, who recently broke off his engagement with Glee star, Naya Rivera, was brought out on stage by Ariana Grande to help perform their hit track, “Right There.”
TMZ cameras caught up with Big Sean when he and Grande arrived to the grounds and when asked how it feels to make history, Sean responded: “How do you think it feels.”
Grande was uber adorable in a stunning pink dress, meanwhile Big Sean was rather dapper in a black hat and white collared shirt.
“This is the biggest event that we have at the White House all year long and it is our most fun event, because we have a chance to see families from all across the country coming through here,” President Obama addressed the crowd from the South Lawn.
According to the White House’s blog, this year’s theme was “Hop into Healthy, Swing into Shape,” which promotes the First Lady’s Let’s Move initiative to help kids grow up healthy and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
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